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A Midnight Visit

This spooky experience will invite audiences into a macabre 36-room fantasy world.
By Concrete Playground
July 12, 2021
By Concrete Playground
July 12, 2021

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Imagine a fully immersive theatre experience with a choose-your-own-adventure twist — and lots of macabre nods to Edgar Allan Poe — and you'll have some idea of what to expect at A Midnight Visit. Since July, A Midnight Visit has taken over a disused Brisbane warehouse and, due to popular demand, it's now extending its season till November 21.

This captivating experience is part performance, part playground and part film set and is being brought to life across 36 rooms of an eerie Fortitude Valley warehouse. The show's intricate design, epic scale and explosive energy have proved to be a freakishly good night out for folks who enjoy unearthly delights.

Be transported into a dream world that has been imagined by a team of 100-plus creatives including actors, circus performers, musicians, dancers and burlesque artists, plus a crew of innovative sound, film-set and costume designers. Expect an air of David Lynch, some Stanley Kubrick vibes and even a hint of Stranger Things, with a spot of steampunk thrown in for good measure. It's the largest immersive theatre piece to be staged in Australia so you can expect the experience to be a wild ride.

Nigel Hallett

A Midnight Visit is playing till Sunday, November 21 at 95 Robertson Street, Fortitude Valley. For more information and to book tickets, visit the website

Images: A Midnight Visit by Peter Wallis, Nigel Hallett, Anna Kucera, Tim Da-Rin, Jeff Busby.

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